Trains were dispatched from Cairns and Townsville to-day and though delayed for several hours they got through. ...Article : 414 words
Visitors who arrived at Brisbane by the Nieuw Zeeland yesterday from various parts of the world all spoke hopefully of the prospects for the ...Article : 583 words
Because Brisbane flour millers are unable to obtain wheat at what they consider a reasonable price, they have been forced to purchase large ...Article : 406 words
Can the Scots of Queensland raise £500? If so, the State will have a kilted regiment. The position was discussed at a ...Article : 199 words
The worst storm for 57 years struck Southern California to-day, causing between 30 and 50 deaths in Los Angeles alone, More than 100 are ...Article : 1,127 words
Brisbane returned to normal trading yesterday, and a very good normal it was judging by a tour of the business centres and conversations with leading ...Article : 385 words
Mr. William Woodin sent in his resignation as Secretary to the Treasury yesterday, and at noon to-day President Roosevelt swore in Mr. Henry ...Article : 568 words
A message from Corfu states that snow and gales have combined to delay the first passengers by the Imperial air mail liner to Singapore. ...Article : 243 words
Devastated crops, unroofed buildings, broken windows, and a cow killed by a falling tree were revealed yesterday by a survey of the path ...Article : 317 words
The estate of Mr. J. A. Hayes, who died at Sandgate on October 20, has been valued at £93,182, realty being set down at £59,839, and personalty at ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 442 words
In the densest fog in recent memory, which covered 8000 square miles, an electric train left the rails between Chalk Farm and Euston Stations ...Article : 365 words
Reports from Sellheim suggest that by to-morrow the Burdekin River at Inkerman may be a cause of concern. Last night at 8 o'clock the gauge ...Article : 430 words
If telephone business could be taken as a prosperity barometer, conditions for 1934 were distinctly hopeful, said the Deputy Director of Posts and ...Article : 311 words
The Times, in a leading article, assumes that Mr. Roosevelt's messages to Congress will throw light on obscure points of his policy to aid the ...Article : 182 words
The heavy rain recently caused further subsidence in the railway cutting between Nambour and Yandina. Maintenance engineers and inspectors are ...Article : 362 words
A narrow escape from death was experienced by Robert Walker, insurance agent, of St. Kilda, this morning. When a sedan car which he was ...Article : 107 words
At the inquest into the death of Mrs. Collins, wife of the Australian novelist, Mr. Dale Collins, and formerly Miss Aileen Myall ...Article : 259 words
Serious damage was done last night by a fire in a shop with attached dwelling, owned and occupied by Mrs. A. Hobbs, in Samford Road, Alderley. ...Article : 109 words
"Wireless pirates are in for a bad time," said the Deputy Director of Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. A. B. Corbett) yesterday. "The Department is ...Article : 149 words
If Australia intends spending more money on her air force she should use it in supplementing her squadrons and not on ground services, says ...Article : 185 words
Mainly through increased postal business, the revenue of the Postmaster-General's Department in Queensland was £1808 greater in the ...Article : 92 words
Lord Hailsham, president of the Marylebone Cricket Club, has cabled in the name of the club heartiest congratulations to Mr. R. A. Oxlade, a ...Article : 98 words
A cyclonic storm here yesterday afternoon caused considerable damage to buildings and crops. Standing crops and trees also suffered from the ...Article : 179 words
With blood pouring from a long gash down the left side of his face, John Flanagan (42) staggered to the Crown Hotel about 6 o'clock last evening. His ...Article : 110 words
The annual statement of the amount of bills, cheques, &c., paid at the bankers' clearing house during the past year was issued to-day. It shows that ...Article : 71 words
Captain Bounot, who, with Lieutenant Jean Pierre and three others, left France in a hydroplane in an attempt to set up a record for a ...Article : 74 words
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